1929 April 28 – The Tribune

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VOICE OF TRIBUNE READERS

Hotel Metropole, Brussels. April 26, 1929

To the Editor of The Tribune:

Sir: Let me thank you for your article of the 17th. At the same time, you will add to my gratitude if you will permit me to make the following corrections on important matters.

1. I was not expelled from France. It was merely a question of “Refus de Sejour.”

2. The police treated me with the utmost politeness and consideration.

3. The Prince Sixte de Bourbon has nothing to do with the matter. The gentleman in question is Don Luis de Bourbon, whom I have never met or corresponded with in any way in my life.

Yours faithfully.
(Signed): Sir Aleister Crowley.

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